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vane770893dWanna learn algorithms ? I suggest you try to check this repo
There is not much explanation but there is lots of code, names and different languages.
You can find stories around them by googling wikipedia.
Better then any book you will read.
Also check out software design patterns.
Jon Bentley's programming pearls. You can get it free online.
Read Knuth when you have a stronger foundation. He writes the book referencing his fictional MIX language. It's brilliant, but definitely advanced material.
Indicator variables are variables in statistics that exist to analyze category. They're usually (but not always) boolean values that are set after the initial value set is computed. On or before the next path, they're used to simplify continued execution and regression rules.
RememberMe1316593dTry Stanford's Algorithms courses on Coursera. Knuth is definitely advanced material.